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line on china and officials in beijing are watching japan's political transition with great interest. nhk world reports from beijing. >> china secret media closely followed japan's lower house election race. it cited the ldp's pledge of amending the constitution. the official newspaper commented on the election in the editorial. it said bilateral relations will either move forward or get worse. people in beijing voiced strong opinions about shinzo abe. they say he should pay careful attention to china. >> translator: i want to see improved relations, but it all depends on mr. abe. he shouldn't deal with bilateral relations based on personal beliefs. he should look at things from a broader point of view. >> translator: the current situation is unhelpful to the people of both china and japan. i want mr. abe to lay out specific measures for improving relations. >> china's officials recently went through their own change of leadership. last month xin became head of the communist party. he's making moves to boost support for the new leaders. officials have been pressing china's claims to
. >>> abe and other ldp leaders have said they want to take a tough line on china and officials in beijing are watching japan's political transition with great interest. nhk world reports from beijing. >> reporter: china state-run media closely followed japan's lower house election race and how the outcome would affect bilateral relations. china television sounded the alarm that japan may shift to the right. it cited the ldp's pledge of amending the constitution to give self-defense forces more power. the communist party's official newspaper commented on the election in an editorial. it said, bilateral relations will either move forward or get worse. people in beijing voiced strong opinions about shinzo abe. they say he should pay careful attention to china. >> translator: i want to see improved relations, but it all depends on mr. abe. he shouldn't deal with bilateral relations based on personal beliefs. he should look at things from a broader point of view. >> translator: the current situation is unhelpful to the people of both china and japan. i want mr. abe to lay out specific measures
beijing on china's response. >> reporter: chinese foreign minister spokesperson condemned the launch in a routine news conference. >> translator: it's regrettable that north korea went ahead with the launch despite the international community's close attention. as a member of the united nations, the north has the obligation to respect security council resolutions. >> reporter: but the chinese official expressed a kosher stance toward additional sanctions against the north. china urged north korea to exercise self-restraint. its officials had expressed hope the north would behave cautiously from the broad per suspect i of peace and stability on the korean peninsula. that the leadership in pyongyang did not heed that call and went ahead with the launch anyway. it demonstrates that china's influence on the north is limited. it should be noted here that china has been calling for more action from other countries. its contention is that the rest of the world should act to prevent tension on the peninsula from escalating further. china is apparently concerned that strong international crit
close relations. in september, north korea held a briefing in beijing, calling for massive investment in a special economic zone. shape, and the only way it will improve is through investment from abroad. the most important issue for china now is consistent economic growth. so it will avert any tensions that might destabilize the surrounding region. last month, a leading member of china's communist party was the first official to visit north korea. although it's known he met with north korean's secretary kim jong un, it's not clear if it notified bejing before it went ahead with the watch. >> yuko aotani spoke with china and asked how china has reacted for north korea over this launch? >> the statement of regret from china's foreign ministry. beijing is unhappy about the launch, but remains to be seen how china deals with the issue at the united nations. the chinese government earlier indicated that the launch would violate u.n. security council resolutions and urged north korea to exercise self-restraint. the leadership in pyongyang did not heed that call and went ahead with the laun
a briefing in beijing, calling for massive investment in a special economic zone. the north's economy is in dire shape, and the only way it will improve is through investment from abroad. the most important issue for china now is consistent economic growth. so it will avert any tensions that might destabilize the surrounding nation. last month, a leading member of china's communist party was the first official to visit north korea. although it's known he met with north korean's secretary kim jong un, it's not clear if it notified bejing before it went ahead with the watch. >> yuko aotani spoke with china and asked how china has reacted for north korea over this launch? >> the statement of regret from china's foreign ministry. beijing is unhappy about the launch, but remains to be seen how china deals with the issue at the united nations. the chinese government earlier indicated that the launch would violate u.n. security council resolutions and urged north korea to exercise self-restraint. the leadership in pyongyang did not heed that call and went ahead with the launch anyway and dem
freedom to create whatever they want. an hour's drive from central beijing brings us to a village with lots of museums and studios. here 5,000 artists indulge their passions. among them is an actor. three years ago he began exposing society's shortcomings. in the summer the communist party congress was only a month away, so this actor staged a special performance. he called this the democratic election. the message? in this democracy we can't choose our leaders. he invited passers-by to watch the performance. on their ballots the 200 people who attended wrote the name of a candidate they would choose. but a month before the congress, the police came. like his cartoon about the party's total power, they took him away. they didn't release him until the end of october. china aims to be an artistic and cultural powerhouse, but he says the party's heavy hand smothers true artistic expression. >> translator: the government keeps saying it wants to nurture art, but what art are they talking about? there's no way we can create something that can be called art here. they're deceiving peopl
. >>> china has opened what it calls the world's longest high speed rail line linking the capital of beijing with guan jo in the south. here's more. >> reporter: the first high-speed train from beijing is about to leave the railway station. many passengers are carrying coats because the temperature in beijing is about 20 degrees centigrade lower than here. the new line stretches nearly 2300 kilometers, including a section already in service. the trip between the two cities will take about eight hours instead of the current 20 1/2 hours. china says it developed the high-speed train line on its own. based on the technology used by japan's train. the launch of the new service expands china's high-speed railway to more than 9300 kilometers. officials plan to extend it to 16,000 kilometers by 2020. the chinese government temporarily suspended construction of high-speed train lines after 40 people died in a two-train collision last year. but it has resumed construction with the aim of helping correct economic disparities between the coastal areas and shoring up the economy. questions remain about
what it calls the world's longest high-speed rail line. the railway links the capital city of beijing and ghangzhou in the south. shun ishibe have more. >> reporter: the first high-speed train for beijing is about to leave guangzhou south railway station. many passengers are carrying coats, because the temperature in beijing is about 20 degrees centigrade lower than here in guangzhou. the new line stretches nearly 2,300 kilometers, including a section already in service. the trip between the two cities will take about eight hours instead of the current 20 1/2 hours. china says it developed the high-speed train line on its own based on technologies used by japan's bullet train. the launch of the new service expands china's high-speed railway network to more than 9,300 kilometers. officials plan to extend the network to 16,000 kilometers by 2020. the chinese government temporarily suspended construction of high-speed train lines after 40 people died in a two-train collision last year. but it has resumed construction with the aim of helping correct economic disparities between england an
basis. the beijing times reported a strong cold snap will grip the country over the weekend but it has nothing to do with the world ending. >>> they are facing their toughest test this century. the state run newspaper publiced a commentary. it notes the rift with japan over the senkaku islands result from the japanese pursuit of political gain. it says there's no dispute over who owns them. china's military and private sector work together to break japan's control over the ie l islands. the news agency stresses that china's resolve to protect its sovereignty and maritime interest is unwaving. >>> people in macao have reflected on a turning point in their history. they marked the return of the territory from portugal to china. officials from the chinese government and the political te military attended a ceremony in macao the increasing number of visitors have helped fuel the rapid growth of the casino industry.t. increasing number of visitors have helped fuel the rapid growth of the casino industry.h. increasing number of visitors have helped fuel the rapid growth of the casino industr
corruption to the state-run broadcaster. hundreds of beijing police officers stood outside china's central television on tuesday. it was the 30th anniversary of china's current constitution. the petitioners were pushed into a bus and driven to a police facility. the chinese judiciary lacks independence under the communist one party rule. many chinese make direct appeals to central government offices and media organizations to complain about corrupt officials and forced evictions. in a ceremony to mark the anniversary, chinese communist party chief she jay ping said he would speed up the legal process. activists in china say tuesday's police action suggest the party is still trying to stifle creditism under shi's new leadership. social activists use the internet to out leaders for corruption and treating the under class urn fairly. the leaders see this as a threat to control and clamp down on some websites. persistent chinese are still finding ways to speak out. >> reporter: in china more than 500 million use the web. they have a broad internet community. >> translator: the stock prices and
in beijing that china poses neither a challenge nor a threat. >> translator: looking at china's history, cultural traditions, and current conditions, china will never adopt a policy of dominance or expansionism. ouprperityill bring peace and will benefit the rest of the world. >> analysts say xi hopes to ease concerns that china's new leadership intends to adopt a hard-line stance on diplomacy. however, on the same day he told a senior military commander to prepare strong missile units for possible conflict. >>> lawmakers in the u.s. senate have offered japanese government officials reassurance on the senkaku island. they unanimously approved a key defense bill stating the u.s. is covered by the u.s./japan security treaty. the national defense authorization act sets the framework for the defense budget. the legislation was amended to state the u.s. acknowledges japan's administration of the islands. but it stresses that the american government takes no official position on the islands' sovereignty. the bill also reaffirms the u.s. commitment to japan under article v of the bilateral sec
a tough line over territorial disputes with china. now beijing has weighed in stock on what that will mean for them. reporting from tokyo. >> after the rhetoric of the campaign trail, beijing reacted to his win. he says the shift to the right in japan is a worrying development. >> we think the much more pressing issues that japan must show sincerity. we need to improve relations between the two countries. >> the first full news conference, he was sticking firmly to the same hard line on these countries all the way to japan. >> but the islands are inherently japan's territory. we own and control them under international law. there is no room for negotiation on this point. >> they also address the record low turnout at the election which she put down to a decision and others blame and voter apathy. especially among the younger generation facing a return to the party that has dominated politics for 50 years. their parents grew up knowing no other government. they are facing rule under the same period for the young in japan, it is a return to the old normal. >> the politicians are always doing
reported that rumors have no scientific basis. the beijing times said on the weather page that a strong cold snapple grip the country over the weekend but that this has nothing to do with the world ending. >>> u.s. and chinese trade officials discussed mutual concerns at a high level bilateral meeting held annually. china wants the u.s. to stop restrictions on foreign investments and the u.s. is urging china not to violate intellectual property rights. the trade issues were discussed at the 23rd session at the u.s. joint session in washington. u.s. trade representative ron kirk and chinese vice premier were among those at the two-day meeting that ended on wednesday. at a news conference after the meeting, officials from china pointed out that the u.s. is blocking chinese investments in the country due to national security. they said they will watch how the u.s. addresses the issue. but asked for modifications. kirk said a major advance was made in the meeting, but u.s. officials addressed concerns about widespread piracy and counterfeit software in china. officials said they will check
northeastern china over japan. that will shut off that sea effect snow machine. look at beijing. beijing at minus one. sewell land bator, you are the cold spot on the map, minus 17 here on your wednesday. into the tropics, you're still seeing that tropical activity, 32 here for your high in the midpart of the week. as we look over towards americas, severe weather has erupted across oklahoma and moving over to the lower mississippi river valley. we have this cold front attached to it. all this area actually across louisiana has been seeing tornado warnings. frequent lightning, even damaging hail coming out of this. then towards the north we have heavy snowfall likely across the central plains and into the great lakes regions. you're under a winter storm warnings at this time. a big problem across this area on christmas day, you have fewer snowplows on the road. it's going to create dangerous travel conditions. as the snow pulls across the northeast, new york, heavy rainfall, gusty winds, into the appalachians and even into new york state we'll see the risk of freezing rain. widespread pow
school in beijing, before yesterday the only time the two groups met face-to-face was on a visit to china that valley christian made in april. the school provided this video the two bands have been practicing for more than a year. while language is a barrier, music is the common denominator. >> very excited about the opportunity, the challenge is the limited rehearsal time that's what we are doing. >> you can watch the valley christian-beijing fusion ban and the rest of the parade new year's day, 8 a.m. right here on abc7. >>> we want to get a check of the weather with mike. sunshine was beautiful yesterday, but bisque still, i was cold. >> frosty this morning -- but brisk, still, i was cold. >>> as we head into the afternoon clouds on the increase, sprinkles to possibly light rain in the latter parts of the afternoon. 52 san francisco and santa rosa, 54 oakland san jose 51 concord, any snow or rain mainly north during the around snow shower possible in tahoe going to be dry and 31, 39 yosemite, down south mostly sunny low to mid 60s san diego, palm springs and l.a.. >>> headlights headed
with an innovative program or policy reform on the economic or political front. i think the fear in beijing is they are in for another five years of what they've had but perhaps with a slightly more confident leadership. >> one of the things i've heard from people in beijing mostly privately, publicly, guy like eric lee who is very pro-regime, they say this is mainly selected on the basis of seniority. these are the sceeniosenior-mow people. in order to make the kind of changes that liz would like to see you need people with credentials and seniority and that's what this tells us. no more, no less. do you buy that? >> i think the group they ended up with was a compromise group. this was not the boldest reformers. these were not the people who have demonstrated a capacity and interest in making changes. these are people who will satisfy the enormous range of factions and vested interests which are now vying for control. if this new president wanted to get any traction at all, one theory is they had to satisfy these many constituencies. the other members of the standing committee are going to
of roses parade is the first band ever to team up with one from another nation. beijing number 57 high school. the only time the two groups met was on a visit to the school in april. the school provided in video. >> we are excited about the opportunity. the challenge is the limited rehearsal time we have. that's what we are here doing. ♪ >> the two bands have been practicing in their home countries for more than a year. while language is a barrier, music is the common denominator. and this gal from beijing 57 shared her thoughts through an interpreter. >> she thought we can practice together and be able to communicate and make friends. >> together the 235 musicians call themselves the east-meets-west fusion band. >> in addition to memorizing the music, they must move in step to negotiate the turn on the parade route. >> all eyes and cameras will be watching as they hit colorado boulevard in pasadena. >> i've never heard of a 105-degree turn. i've usually seen 90s. it's scary. >> nerves are expected areas the teenagers prepare for a performance of a lifetime. but mostly they just can'
, but is the first band ever to team up with one from another nation. beijing number 57 high school. the only time the two groups met was on a visit to the school in april. the school provided this video. >> we are excited about the opportunity. the challenge is the limited rehearsal time we have. that's what we are here doing. ♪ >> the two bands have been practicing in their home countries for more than a year. while language is a barrier, music is the common denominator. and this gal from beijing 57 shared her thoughts through an interpreter. >> she thought we can practice together and be able to communicate and make friends. >> together the 235 musicians call themselves the east-meets-west fusion band. >> in addition to harmonizing the music, they must move in step to negotiate the turn on the parade route. >> all eyes and cameras will be watching as they hit colorado boulevard in pasadena. >> i've never heard of a 105-degree turn. i've usually seen 90's. it's scary. >> nerves are expected as the teenagers prepare for a performance of a lifetime. but mostly they just can't wait for the world
but is the first band ever to team up with one from another nation. beijing no. 57 high school. before today the only time the 2 groups met was on a visit to china in april. the school provided this video. >> we are very excited about the opportunity to challenge the limited rehearsal time that we have. so that's what we are here doing today. twoyshtion bands have been practicing in their home country for more than a year and language is a barrier, music is the common denominator. soon the beijing 57 shared her thoughts through interpreter. >> really glad we can practice together and just be able to communicate and make friends. >>reporter: together the 2 35 musicians call themselves the east meets west fusion band. in addition to harmonizing the music performance move in perfect step to negotiate a tricky turn on the route. all eye and camera as they hit colorado boulevard in pasadena 8. i have never heard of that turn and just usually seen 90 and it's just scary. >>reporter: some nerve are expected as teens prepare for performance of a life time. but mostly they just want wait for
allegations. >> and we'll be on the floor in beijing where china's leaders just wrapped up a major conference. >>> and japan's prime minister election is calling on the bank of japan to heed the call of the masses. abe is beating the heat on the boj just one day after his party's huge win and two days after the bank's next rate setting meeting. kaori enjoji has the latest for us. how much of a game changer is all this? >> this is a serious game changer. it's a comeback for the dlp and shinzo abe. he has made it clear that the economy and economic recovery is going to be one of the pillars and hallmarks of his second time in office and he's wasting no time in piling on pressure on to the bank of japan who holds, of course, their two-day policy board meeting later on this week. here is what he had to say. >> i have constantly stressed our desire to present a policy accord in raising the inflation target to 2%. i do think it is unusual for monetary policies to come to the forefront during elections, but we have been able to gain much support for this. i hope the bank of japan will take this resu
here. your temperatures then freezing air. 25 degrees expected on friday. minus one in beijing. zero in seoul. moving into the americas then. you had relatively calm day in the northwest but windy conditions will return to the west as the new system comes in from the pacific. intensifying showers with the coastaareas. increasing sea for the northern rock kips. 90 centimeters in. we have blizzard warnings. moderate snowfall for ontario as well as quebec. rain showers intensifying over the ohio and tennessee valley. rain also spreading into toronto as well as new york city within the next 24 hours. relatively warm downowar t south. very chilly in winnipeg. minus 15 degrees on your friday. finally let's go over to europe. severe weather continues in the eastern half of the mediterranean countries. turkey will see the heaviest rain today. wet and windy conditions for the british isle. watch out for icy conditions. rain will spread into italy into tomorrow. lots of blue and white indicating near sub zero temperatures. here is the exthe eended foreca. >> thanks for joining us. to wrap up t
-speed rail network was established in 2007. the first was between beijing and a nearby town. but this goes north to south, going through 35 cities. the network has seen spectacular growth in five years. more than 9,300 kilometers. this is part of a vision to build a grid linking the four corners in the north, west, and the south. >> of the u.s. state department is criticizing russia oppose the upper house banning americas from adopting russian children. the bill will go to the president for his approval. several protesters were arrested outside of the building. >> outside parliament, the knowledge of the quickly with demonstrators protesting as the bill which bars americans from adopting russian orphans. >> is not useful for our children or our national security or priorities. this lot is draconian and should not be adopted by the council. >> they unanimously backed the proposals which only leaves the signature of the president to become law. it is one of the toughest pieces of anti-u.s. legislation in years past in retaliation for an american law that would impose sanctions on russian off
security. nbc's ian williams is live for us. he is watching the developments from beijing. ian, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, lynn. and yes, the north koreans have once again defied international warnings and launched what they describe as a rocket carrying a satellite into orbit, but which the u.s. and most outsiders regard as a thinly disguised test of a ballistic missile. now, the rocket was fired this morning shortly before 10:00 a.m. local time. it went on a trajectory over the japanese island of okinawa and quickly provoked expressions of anger and outrage from japan and korea, which convened meetings of security officials. the u.s. described it as a provocative act threatening regional security. now, north korea, for their part, quickly said that it was a success, that the satellite is in orbit, unlike a test earlier this year when the rocket burned up on launch. the u.s. experts have conceded that an object is, indeed, in orbit and that even the chinese have expressed regret today, lynn. >> ian williams there live for us in beijing. ian, thanks so much. >>>
. beijing number 57 high school. before today, the only time the two groups met was on a visit to china in april.gg+= the school provided this video. >> we're a very excited about the opportunity. challenge is limited rehearsal times. so that is what we have, here, doing today. >> two bands have been practicing more than a year, language is a barrier, music is a common. soon how shares her thoughts. >> she's glad we can practice together. just be able to communicate, and make friends. >> together they call themselves east meets west fusion band n addition, the performances must move in perfect step to negotiate a tricky turn on the parade route. all eyes and cameras will be watching as they hittbem colorao boulevard in pasadena. >> i have never heard of a 105 degree turn. it's scary. >> some nerves are expected. but mostly, they just can't wait for the world to hear the sound they make as one. >> we'll hear two cultures coming together with a boom, boom, boom. >> if you tune in, valley christian will be wearing blue uniforms, beijing 57 dressed in red. together, music will make history.
that is resistible when it is so widespread. >> right here, sir. >> i am from beijing. china economically is doing very well compared to the rest of the world. there is still a global financial crisis. it is china that -- it is true that china is doing very well economically, but increasingly, many students are coming to the u.s. to study. they feel they're part of the -- they feel that china is divided. he is starting to become a strong leader. the xi jinpingthat is a dilemma. if china's leaders become very strong, it is a bigger dilemma. it is better for china. where the security system becomes stronger. those are the two questions. the first is whether china is a part of the global problems or part of the global solutions. it is not just chinese problem. according to people in the economic world. >> you are getting beyond me. i can not see it as a china problem or an american problem. i can see it as a human problem. if you could find a way to have a society without conflicts, that should be what you do. ultimately, law and courts are ways of resolving conflicts among human beings. a good way t
secretary of state, the hon. hillary rodham clinton. [applause] >> 17 years ago, as we were in beijing on behalf of the un conference concerning the rights of women, we fought about many of the women around the world who could not be with us but whose presence was a strong message of the values that we were promoting, values that were not just american values but universal values. madeleine albright left that conference in beijing, taking with harry poster signed by all the americans and a few others do we gave the opportunity to sign, to take that poster to burma to give to aung san suu kyi, to let her know once again that there were many of us are around the world supporting her in her cause. when i was a member of the senate and privileged to vote for the bill we now see come to fruition in 2008, i never imagined that a year later i would be secretary of state. but i was so pleased to have the opportunity to work with my colleagues, my former colleagues, in thinking about a new approach that the united states might take to from to see if there were any ways to help move a transition
told a group of foreign academics in beijing that china poses neither a challenge nor a threat. >> translator: looking at china's history, cultural traditions and current conditions, china will never adopt a policy of dominance or expansionism. our prosperity will bring peace and will benefit the rest of the world. >> analysts say xi hopes to ease concerns that china's new leadership intends to adopt a more hardline stance on diplomacy. however, on the same day, he told a senior military commander to strengthen missile units for possible conflict. xi has pledged to tackle corruption among party officials. he and the rest of the new leadership are reportedly planning to overhaul the structure of government. government sources say the leaders plan to cut one in three ministries from 27 to 18. they're planning to do away with the railway ministry and transfer its function to the communications ministry. critics say poor oversight led to the crash last year of a high-speed train. 40 people were killed. and the former head of the railways ministry was dismissed in a bribery scandal.
chilly reception for its beijing launch overtight. so, nicole, i think that apple is down again. >> it is, again, down over this, 3% right now. you're talking the 514 range. aen what happened to the $700 range and that's ubs this morning, they kept their buy rating, but reduced their target from 700 to 780 talking about china being one of the issues and not being able to build there. stuart: and the iphone 5 in beijing, there was a snowstorm, okay, a mild snowstorm, there were only two people in line to get those first iphone 5's in china. that's it. only two people. i think that's got something to do with the apple decline this morning. >> you know what, if you really want something, wild horses and snowstorms won't keep you away. stuart: so, i think we can conclude that maybe apple's losing a little of its shine, a little of its cool. maybe, i don't want to be too pejorative here, just maybe. nicole, thank you, down 10 in the early going. i want to take a look at rim, research in motion, the blackberry people and its fate resteded on the new blackberry that comes out next month. and mar
and definitely not going to be seeing the the snowfall there. seoul, though, with a high of 3. beijing at 1. ulan bator, though, minus 12 throughout your week. let's change our attention here to the americas, because moisture inflow across northern california, plus these high winds creating a very messy situation. these high winds could be knocking down tree branches, knocking out power to many residents across this area, but not just that. the flashflooding potential. all this moisture pushing onshore is going to be bringing about 200 to 300 millimeters throughout the weekend. so there in northern california you're going to be seeing that very high risk. that is the very high elevations in the rockies, snowfall up to about 30, even 60 centimeters of snow in some of these higher areas. if you have plans on traveling across the area, any flights, do they can in on them ahead of time because this is going to be messy and potentially dangerous. talking about the snow, look at spain. cold air spilling across the north. in spain, that cold air mixed with a little bit of precipitation is ending up look
outside influence whether it's politics or business. they come from beijing and shanghai and can start businesses and make money. i'm a small business owner myself. i have a promotion management agency that i'm just now going public with. so small business is super important and that is what you guys are here for; right? thank you for acknowledging that, president adams. i appreciate your guys' time and that everyone showed up. i thought it was an empty house. does someone sit there or is that open? you can't answer? i can pause for a second. is that seat open? >> that person is not here today. >> oh, okay, cool. so there is no available seats on the board? >> if you go to 311.org, there is no availability right now on 311.org they post if there is a vacancy. >> point of order if you could stop the clock. thank you. i have been trying to open a bunch of businesses. we have businesses -- it has prostitution rings and cracked galore going on pretty much. it used to be thursday through monday. i started to work there since i was 16. i am asking the sheriff's offices or the stat
, beijing. i have them at home. it's a very good honor, four olympic torches. but maybe it's too much to talk about me. i was severely beat by one police officer, not physically, but morally. and this is more severe than physically, okay? i believe that this officer, maybe it will found for you strange, but i believe he is a racist and antisematic and maybe even a little fascist. first of all, he made that i am crazy, that i am a criminal, that i am crazy, that i am mad. and i am dangerous for myself and for my family and for people around me. this is what he wrote in official document. official, not just saying like this, but official document. i came to the chief of police and wrote a letter, nothing. i came to citizen complaint -- i said to them to prove that i am write. [speaker not understood] the office of civilian complaints said we will not bring that officer and i said without that officer i cannot prove anything. no. then i applied to ied chief of police and again, they told me mo, we will not help you. >> excuse me, circumstance i'm sorry. your three minutes were up and
the north. just around the freezing point in seoul as well as beijing with minus 21 for the high in ulan bator. shanghai also cooling down to just 11 degrees, and tokyo expecting 10 tomorrow. all right. let's head now into europe. very patchy around here. this is extremely unstable across much of the continent. when i pull back the clouds, you'll see what i'm talking act. we've got low-pressure systems just dotted around the continue innocent. lots of windy and wet weather toward the west and the north. down here towards the southeast, we've got a low moving in that's going to bring some more severe weather in terms of the thunderstorms, and lots of snow. frigid air is descending from the north, and we'll see a lot of snowfall even quite far south into italy and the northern balkans. i want to show you some video coming out of ukraine. now, this is in kiev, the capital. this is the first snow of the winter. now, last friday's temperatures were the warmest seasonably that they have been for the last hundred years. many people found themselves quite unprepared for the sudden change in the
to visit beijing to discuss the matter with chinese officials. >> they're ignored warnings over the year when they went ahead with a launch that ended in failure. covering the korean peninsula, we see why leaders in the north are pushing ahead despite opposition. >> reporter: the ballistic missile launch will be the second since kim jong-un took power a year ago. it will use the same launch pad, a site in the northwestern part of the country. before the first testing, officials said the three-stage rocket was meant to carry a satellite. but japan and the u.s. and south korea said the launch was about a missile test. the launch was a missile test. the test ended in failure with a rocket exploding in mid-air two minutes after. it fell into more than ten pieces and fell into the ocean. analysts say the leader wants to collect his failures before the first anniversary of his father's death on december 17th. kim may be trying to consolidate his power by showing dedication. kim has also vowed to develop north korea's economy. >> translator: we must stop on a part of industrial revolution for t
- confidence, like the olympics in beijing or the world cup in brazil. this is the chance for a country to put itself in the spotlight. for a country like turkey, which has designs as a european player, it is a really massive loss. >> 2020 is still a ways off, but what do you think some of the applications we can expect will be? >> ne cost saving will be passed on to the fans, first and foremost, who may have to schlep all the way across the continent -- any cost savings will be passed on to the fans. i think they do risk empty seats at some of the games, perhaps lower-quality games in cities far away from the various teams that are playing, and it is a risk they will have to face. it is not really a recipe for success. >> thanks very much for that report. >> it sounds like a script from a hollywood thriller. a dramatic and high-profile murder case is unfolding in central america. >> the software guru john mcafee has been arrested after crossing the border illegally from his adopted country of belize, where he is wanted for questioning in the murder of his neighbor, but he says the government
approach to technology, using technology differently. maybe it will be your first time in beijing with a computer. you might feel a little bit like a fish out of water. i really do understand. i am the very last person that anyone in my circle of friends and family would have ever thought would be heading up a tech company. i never thought i would either. i can tell you, it is a slippery slope once you get started on technology, so i thought i would take it a little easy and introduce you. maybe that wasn't the kind of mouse you are thinking about, how want to tell you a story. this is a mother mouse. she was walking down an alley with all of her about slayings of a lovely spring day. as she was walking down the winding road, out of the bushes comes a big cat. it charges its back and hisses, the mother mouse gathers her little children around her, and looks the cat in the eye and goes, ruff, ruff, ruff. the cat, stunned, turns and runs away. the mother bows looked down and says, let that be a lesson to you. never underestimate the power of the second language. [laughter] [applause
in beijing. they defend the dollar. the threat comes from washington and wall street. i make that new arguments in the new edition of "wealth and poverty." >> george gilder come you rate the united states over the last decade has witnessed a classic confrontation between the forces of entrepreneurial capitalism and those of established institutions, claiming a higher virtue, expertise and political standing. once i subsist on unforced for the enterprise. the other on branson told some privileges at the treasury, the federal reserve and the white house. >> that is exactly what we've had. when michael lewis wrote up a bit short. he is writing about all the jackal of hedge funds and the bed against the big banks were all supporting these subprime mortgages concoctions, confections and scans. it was all the most prestigious forces in both u.s. and the world economy that backed the blindsided by collet, people who are investing in these crazy concocted mortgage securities in which the value was totally unknown by the people investing in a period the people shorting means were hatch funds i
's with unis in beijing coming up on this show. shares in hong kong hovering around a ten-month high. canada said yes do a $10 billion takeover. elsewhere, the nikkei finished just a touch hire. expect revised third quarter gdp showing the economy is back in recession. exporters lost ground after china's trade data, but retailing gained momentum after nomura raised its price target. in south korea, gainers were offset by ship builders. the kospi finished flat. india's sensex is on the move underperforming the region lower by .2%. back to you, kelly. >> thank you very much for that. stick around, because strayed ahead on the program, china's new member trade data comes in far weaker than expected. is it a one off or does this threaten the mainland's economic progress? we'll have plenty more when we come back. i always wait until the last minute. can i still ship a gift in time for christmas? yeah, sure you can. great. where's your gift? uh... whew. [ male announcer ] break from the holiday stress. ship fedex express ecember 22nd for christmas delivery. >>> the next of wto trade disputes has t
to the government in beijing. it is every writer's dream. 57-year-old mo yan was presented prize for literature by the swedish king. the academy praised his works for combining hallucinatory realism with chinese folk tales from a history, and contemporary life. but it was a controversial decision. critics accuse mo of acting as a mouthpiece for the chinese government. the author sparked controversy at reading recently when he compared censorship in his country to the inconvenient, but necessary security checks at airports. the awards or medicine, physics, chemistry, and economics went to eight winners from the u.s., japan, france, and britain. >> the nobel prize for economics was jointly awarded to allan ross and lloyd shapley for their work on matching supply and demand -- alvin roth and lloyd shapley for their work on matching supply and demand. 89-year-old lloyd shapley, professor emeritus at the university of california, received a standing ovation. >> while the eu is celebrating winning the nobel peace prize, one of its largest member states has been plunged into crisis. >> first data appe
to the united states. the two sides met in beijing in february. the americans offered humanitarian aid in exchange for the north freezing its missile development. but the north koreans, nonetheless, launched a missile in april. the talks have been stalled ever since. before president obama enters his second term, officials in pyongyang want the americans to recognize their challenge such as the middle east and afghanistan. another reason it's related to south korea's presidential election scheduled on december 19th. the north koreans hope that the new government will return. they have criticized the conservative candidate for her stance on relations. the missile launch can be seen as a way of pushing the south koreans towards the hard line. >> i see. china is a longtime ally of north korea. how do you see its role? >> i believe china can greatly influence the united nations' reaction. after the previous launch in april, the united nations issued a statement of condemnation. the day before the north's announcement of this launch by its chairman of china's national peoples congress to me
to move by. and into beijing, just getting to the 2 degree mark on your friday. let's look into the meshamerica. two different scenarios here. wet in the west and staying dry to the east. actually fire weather danger across the ohio river valley at this time. that's going to start to subside though going into the weekend. eventually next week because of this storm system. right now it's actually bringing rain showers and even thunderstorm activity across the four corners. that's going to work its way to the east. by the early part of next week, plans coming out of the east coast, you may want to check in ahead of time. that could cause airport delays. continuing to watch that storm system. pat civ the pacific northwest, similar situation for you. temperatures remaining on the cool side. single digits here in vancouver and seattle. look to the east, atlanta getting to the mid teens here on your thursday. now here's a look at your extended forecast. >>> we're back in 30 minutes with more of the latest. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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